Ha ha. I know I said I didn't like rap, but there were a lot of good ones back in the day. I like the Fugees too, but I don't think they're technically rap, or "back in the day" enough.
Hear sorry. Just trying to refresh your memory.
I like the SugarHill Gang. All I know of Run DMC is their collaboration with Aerosmith in that re-release of Walk This Way.
Run DMC because I too don't really listen to rap. If you asked me to identify one from the next I wouldn't be able to tell you. I do have small knowledge of Run DMC. I don't know anything about the Sugar Hill Gang.
both Run DMC & KRS - One became influential to HIP HOP ,Run DMC opened the door (Diversify) commercial hip hop to even floor breaking it by utilizing merging hip hop and rock (walk this way) and became inducted to the Rock n Roll hall of popularity (1st time a Rap team ever were given inducted). KRS-One (AKA: the instructor) in the different hand became to me the luxury mc to ever blessed a mic second to Rakim (an concern ANY body can make ON those 2 large MC'S)yet its his type ,Lyricism and shipping that separates him from something else and to the rap recreation nonetheless continues to be a legend,icon and he has cleared the direction for plenty of the skills that's out on the instantaneous. second i'd could say Paid In complete over Public Enemies It Takes A us of a of thousands of thousands to carry Us back because of the very incontrovertible reality that its Rakim and contained in the 80's he became merely as large as Biggie & Tupac and that is the superb social gathering i visit come back up with (KRS -One & Rakim became the 80's Biggie & Tupac) and that i do like Public Enemie yet no longer as large as Rakim . Rap music is one of those poetry (street POETRY) and each and every type of music that contains Lyrics is one of those poetry .
I don't like Rap either (Modern Rap) I like most "old school" Rap.
Both groups are great. I would have to narrow it down to RunDMC though...
Run Dmc, but NWA is still the best.
RUN DMC. No question.